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My mail records follow to whom I have written, the letter number, what the picture was of and what the topic was. With this longer journey I would expect many of my letters will reach home before we do. My dad, Allan Ellis sent in excess of 87 letters back to his sweetheart Signa in 1944, from New Zealand, on route to Egypt into Italy and during his repatriation home ...
... said ‘Yes!’ without expanding on his answer. I now got the impression that he fully understood the question but was dumbfounded as to the stupidity of it. Arabic is Arabic just like English is English. An Australian and an American may have slight cultural differences (e.g. Falcons Crest versus Home and Away or Fosters versus Michelob!!) but they both understand each other.
We arrived at the Grand Mosque in Muscat. This was nowhere near as impressive or as ...
... very busy which was nice and just a nice time had by all. Well, except for the diaper incident!! I only had so many swim diapers and Emma blew out the last one on the pool deck (thank goodness for chlorine!) and it is impossible to find swim diapers here! Oh well, we will make do. I am trying really hard not to think about how many days we have left and it is inevitable that we will have to leave soon:(. Craig ...
... coffee with cardimin Yum! We ventured around the Souq, tried not to buy anything, but came out with the obligatory shirt, Omani hat for Louis and a pashmina for me. We also bought loads of tasty snacks, dates etc. all very sweet and yummy. Spent a while in the pool, gym and sauna . Had a day of rest on Friday, repacked cases. We really wanted to go out to a wadhi, but they are all full day tours and we didn't want a big day out. We will come back to oman, and maybe see other ...
... minis, who seemed more interested in us than the fort and they took surreptitious photos of us rather than the displays! But then, we managed to get them in our photos too! The souk was interesting too - all winding narrow streets and then a beautiful restored indoor area. Unfortunately it was mostly closed, but I bought some frankincense which appeared to be much cheaper than gold, but I am not sure how it holds is value against myrrh. Did I mention it ...